Published: Mon, August 20, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Galaxy Note 9's first update is already out!

Galaxy Note 9's first update is already out!

For those trying to decide between the Galaxy Note 9 and something else, we're here to help.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 users, after updating to version N960FXXU1ARH5, will be able to record 960fps slow-motion video moments of 0.2-second and 0.4-second, Sammobile reports. The shipping will start from August 24.

The Samsung S9 Note may be the product now on everyone's lips but there's a big milestone just over the horizon: the Samsung Galaxy S10.

Samsung has been working on its "foldable smartphone" for years now and has been delaying the project to achieve perfection before actually releasing it to the public. But the phone comes with a number of improvements. It's obvious that with Note 9 in the market, the Note 8 can't be sold at a price of around Rs 65,000. There's a lot to like with the Note 9.

Moving further, NieuweMobiel has positioned the fingerprint scanner at the back but Samsung could rearrange the fingerprint scanner under the screen as per its patented in-display scanner with ultrasonic technology.

It turns out that the phone would weigh 1.2 kilograms, and its body is now made of gold of 999 tests. However, the 8GB RAM variant will come in only one color - Blue.

The device is IP68 certified for water and dust resistance. It carries the same 1440 x 2960 pixels screen resolution, is HD10 compliant and also supports Always On Display.

In fact, in terms of display, performance, camera performance and design the Note 8 is very similar to the Note 9. This means that the Galaxy Note 9 can reach an incredible download speed of 1.2Gbps on T-Mobile's network.

The new phone allows Chinese users to enjoy some 40 popular local games as well as China's largest social media service WeChat conveniently and fast, he added.

2x optical zoom allows for significantly sharper zoomed-in images. There is also an 8MP front camera for selfies and video calling.

The S-Pen remote control was fantastic. The Note 9 S Pen is the first Bluetooth-enabled digital pen.

And then there's the S-Pen, the true defining difference between the handsets.

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